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Meet the New Kids On the Block – Part 1

Many companies that are household names today (Zillow and Trulia, for example, to name just two) made their debut on the Connect stage as wee startups. Next week, we’ll continue the tradition of giving the newbies a chance to pitch their business to the best and the brightest in real estate and tech...

House of the Day: Snag a Midcentury Time Capsule on Leafy Grounds for $999K

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We'd love to see what you've got. All photos via Zillow Location: Spokane,...

How Zillow employed one of the scrappiest strategies ever to become a $4.5B leader

We’re delighted to announce that Amy Bohutinsky, Zillow’s chief marketing officer, has agreed to speak at GrowthBeat next month. She’ll explain how the company has grown into a $4.5 billion market-leading real estate network — within a decade, and mostly without an ad budget. (GrowthBeat, our event in SF on August 17-18, is focused on explaining the […]

Zillow Forecast: Expect Case-Shiller National House Price Index up 4.3% year-over-year change in June

The Case-Shiller house price indexes for May were released on Tuesday. Zillow forecasts Case-Shiller a month early, and I like to check the Zillow forecasts since they have been pretty close.From Zillow: Case-Shiller Expected to Maintain...Show More Summary

Opinion: The last Zillow-realtor-portal article you’ll ever have to read

Zillow has announced its intent to purchase of dotloop. Its desire to control all -- advertising-related to creating real estate leads, including buyer-sides, seller-sides, loans, automated valuations, home searches, etc. -- has always been its stated goals...

S.F. lots not the smallest in U.S., but still really small

Though every square foot of space is of such extreme value and having a backyard is a rare treat, the smallest lots in America aren’t in San Francisco. According to a new Zillow study, that designation goes to Baltimore, MD, where the average lot is just 1,710 square feet. The second smallest lots are in

Zillow + dotloop: Raising the bar or boiling your data?

Agents already have too many vendors to deal with. If Zillow can streamline services and bring more agents into the present with transaction management and e-signatures, it's good for the industry and consumer experiences. Big money backing a tool can drive down the costs on a per-user basis...

House of the Day: Own Marcel Breuer's Midcentury Beaut with Glassy New Addition for $5.85M

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We'd love to see what you've got. All photos via Zillow Location: New...

Take a tour of the most expensive house for sale in America

This 1930s-built estate, called "Briar Patch," in East Hampton, New York is the most expensive home for sale in the US, according to Zillow Group, the largest real estate network on the web. Perched on a well-manicured knoll, the $140 million property skirts 1,156 feet along Georgica Pond and offers views of the Atlantic Ocean. Show More Summary

Dotloop defends acquisition

The commentary started swirling as soon as Zillow Group announced its intention to acquire dotloop at the end of Q3 2015 -- concerns about product functionality, concerns about access and, especially, concerns about how Zillow GroupShow More Summary

Zillow and Trulia reportedly integrating real estate agent profiles

Zillow Group is planning to integrate Zillow and Trulia real estate agent profiles, potentially halving the time and energy required to cultivate a positive image across the two listing portals, a Facebook thread suggests. Tristan Ahumada, the administrator of the Facebook group Lab Coat...

Black Knight: House Price Index up 1.1% in May, 5.1% year-over-year

Note: I follow several house price indexes (Case-Shiller, CoreLogic, Black Knight, Zillow, FHFA, FNC and more). Note: Black Knight uses the current month closings only (not a three month average like Case-Shiller or a weighted average like CoreLogic), excludes short sales and REOs, and is not seasonally adjusted.From Black Knight: U.S. Show More Summary

How Successful People Work Less and Get More Done

As co-founder of and CEO of Zillow for the last seven years, 39-year-old Spencer Rascoff fits most people's definition of success. As a father of three young children, Spencer is a busy guy at home and at work. What's the one thing that Spencer refuses to do on the weekend? Work--at least, in the traditional sense. Show More Summary

What Would Happen If the Industry Yanked All Their Listings?

There are some proponents for the entire industry ceasing syndication entirely (specifically to Zillow). The thinking is generally “with no listings, Zillow would become irrelevant and lose all their traffic, all that traffic would frequent agent/broker websites, and the result would be cheaper leads/clients”. Show More Summary

A reflection on Zillow’s acquisition of dotloop

Now that Zillow has announced intent to acquire dotloop (the deal won't be final until September), the industry is a buzz with what this will mean. Leigh Brown reflects on the acquisition and offers advice on what agents can do right now...

Is Zillow A Great Broker?

Zillow is not a broker. Well, technically they are registered as a brokerage in many states and hold brokerage licenses, but they do not market themselves as a brokerage. The point is that they provide a lot of broker-like support for agents that are noteworthy and remarkable. Show More Summary

What the Zillow/dotloop deal means for the shifting real estate landscape

In early June, I ran into the founder of dotloop, Austin Allison, at the Delta Sky Club at JFK in New York. He was finishing off his vacation to Rome and was headed to Cincinnati, where the native Midwestern boy started his digital signature company...

Zillow, DotLoop, and Your Data: Does It Matter?

Zillow is acquiring DotLoop. Fires are burning in real estate social media. Let’s get this out of the way. There are tons of brokers and agents who dislike Zillow. Call them what you want. They’re here. I’m a regular critic of the company when they (regularly) make moves that don’t seem in the best interests of brokers, agents, or their clients. Show More Summary

Zillow Moves into Real Estate Transactions with Acquisition of DotLoop

The Zillow Group has agreed to buy DotLoop, a Cincinnati-based company that simplifies real estate transactions by enabling brokerages, real estate agents, and their clients to share, edit, sign and store documents digitally.

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